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pain in back when drinking cold drinks
A male asked:
6 years experience Internal Medicine
Nerves: This is an interesting symptom! My guess is that this may be from a sensitive nerve. We have major nerves with small branches that run through the mou ... Read More
A 17-year-old female asked:
Specializes in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
No: If it doesn't make one uncomfortable, there is no harm in mixing hot and cold foods or drinks.
25 years experience Pediatrics
Probably not: It is highly unlikely that eating and drinking hot and cold foods together would be bothersome or dangerous, although people with sensitive teeth shou ... Read More
A female asked:
23 years experience Internal Medicine
Esophageal spasms?: You might be experiencing esophageal spasms triggered by cold drinks and foods.
35 years experience Internal Medicine
Got nerve: As the heart and stomach are being formed in the fetus,, they are innervated by the same nerve. The Vagus As a variation of this sometimes when peop ... Read More
21 years experience General Surgery
See PCP: this could be several things, such as a "pouch" or diverticulum of your esophagus, or possible lymph nodes reactive in your mediastinum (area between ... Read More
A 35-year-old female asked:
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Cold intolerance: Get check by your physician and make sure to have a full thryroid evaluation.
A 58-year-old male asked:
19 years experience Cardiac Electrophysiology
Sometimes: Aside from lifestyle modifications (not drinking cold drinks), the inputs into the heart can be targeted (ganglionic plexi) during catheter ablation t ... Read More
A 25-year-old male asked:
36 years experience Pain Management
Very common: It is very common to have sensitivity to cold for several weeks after a dental filling is done. Sometimes if a new filling is just a little bit "highe ... Read More
A 46-year-old member asked:
44 years experience Pathology
No: Having acne and just being a teen / young adult are difficult enough without these crazy internet myths. I'm sorry somebody troubled you.
A 23-year-old male asked:
40 years experience Dentistry
Possible Cavity: Possible fracture. Possible exposed root. Possible trauma. No need to guess anymore. See a local dentist for a definitive diagnosis.
A 53-year-old female asked:
A Verified Doctor answered
Pain: Maybe a dental issue from an dental nerve start with the dentist
A 23-year-old female asked:
46 years experience Pediatrics
Unlikely to be pbm: I suppose if you were swilling down frosties to the point your body was stressed, this could be an issue.However, the fluids you ingest are raised to ... Read More
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